The New Horizons Senior Center is moving its operations from the United Methodist Church of Narberth to the borough building on Conway Avenue at the end of January, according to Shannon McMahon, the center's assistant director for operations.
The move was precipitated by the church's impending closure and sale. Borough leaders have for months been discussing how and where to accommodate the senior center.
"The folks at the Borough been so accommodating and helpful," McMahon said in an email to Patch. "We're so lucky that we can use the space for our programs and services and still maintain our normal Monday through Friday, 9am - 2pm hours without leaving Narberth!"
The center will close for the first week of February before beginning programs on the second floor of the borough building, McMahon said. New Horizons has about 300 members and 100 volunteers from around the area.
"We're hoping to emphasize that New Horizons isn't about the location, it's about the community," McMahon said. "No matter the location, New Horizons will always be a home-away-from-home for the folks we serve through our supportive services, stimulating programming, and warm social network."
The center's schedule, menu and newsletter for February are attached to this article. For more information about New Horizons, visit newhorizonsseniorcenter.org.